15 Best VR Games That Provide The Ultimate Immersive Experience

VR might feel like an unnecessary gimmick to some, but the platform is home to some great experiences - and here are 15 of the best.

Posted By | On 29th, Dec. 2022

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While some may have dismissed VR gaming as just a fad that will pass away with time, the platform is actually growing at a rapid pace. Sony’s upcoming PSVR2 will bring new experiences to fans, and we can’t wait to see the likes of Horizon: Call of the Mountain in action. But it’s equally important to look back at the history of VR, and see which games are the absolute cream of the crop when it comes to quality. On that note, we present 15 of the best VR games of all time:

Half-Life: Alyx

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Half-Life: Alyx was a dream come true for legions of fans, but when Valve announced that it was a VR-only game – there was an element of skepticism associated with anticipation. But when Half-Life: Alyx was finally released, fans were elated with joy and all those skepticism washed away. In so many ways, Half-Life: Alyx is the perfect example of how to craft a AAA game for the VR platform – thanks to a potent combination of a meaningful story and well-designed gameplay ideas that leverage the capabilities of the platform to the fullest.


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